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Cannnnn't waaaait any loooooooonger

Slugger

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Due to dumbass laws from dumbass people in my state . . . . I'm just about to get my first AUG out of 10 day jail. I can't wait! Except I waited forty something years. Still I'm excited to get it in my hands and start shooting. Will be reading here for some time to get more info from you seasoned vets! Thanks ahead of time
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You will love it. I was opposed to bullpups for some silly reason until I bought my x95. I like my Aug just as much.

Enjoy it. They are a very cool and capable platform.
 

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The corvus mag release button is nice, all metal, feels nice to the hand. Not a necessity, but NICE. All this extra shiiiiiite surely does drive the price of ownership up!!! Try buying a factory left hand bolt one time!!!
 

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I wouldnt change anything. Trigger pull is heavy but crisp and gets better in the first few hundred pulls....at least mine did. I'm sure some nylon safe lube would improve it more. I went with the Stg77 scope eventually but when I had an ACOG 3.5X on it the charging handle was no problem. I just flipped the ACOGs mounting knobs to the RH side of the gun. That ACOG has a 7.62 bdc and got transferred to my SCAR.

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Finally got a chance to shoot the AUG today. Just threw a 1-8 lpvo on it and had to get that Corvus deflector (youngest is a lefty). I'm somewhat impressed but my trigger pull is 11lbs. I'll need to do something about that. You guys are right about the palm up trick. Worked like a charm when I remember. I may do that folding one if they ever get back in stock.

So what is the best bang for the buck on reducing trigger pull weight. I've seen a guy on utube that had does some black magic vudu. Or there is the 20/20 sear and something called the trigger tamer?
 

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Finally got a chance to shoot the AUG today. Just threw a 1-8 lpvo on it and had to get that Corvus deflector (youngest is a lefty). I'm somewhat impressed but my trigger pull is 11lbs. I'll need to do something about that. You guys are right about the palm up trick. Worked like a charm when I remember. I may do that folding one if they ever get back in stock.

So what is the best bang for the buck on reducing trigger pull weight. I've seen a guy on utube that had does some black magic vudu. Or there is the 20/20 sear and something called the trigger tamer?
I would shoot it for a while and see if you can get used to it or if it
lightens up some by breaking it in.

The AUG is not a sniper rifle or a competition rifle.

I agree that 11lbs is a tad heavy though.
 

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Finally got a chance to shoot the AUG today. Just threw a 1-8 lpvo on it and had to get that Corvus deflector (youngest is a lefty). I'm somewhat impressed but my trigger pull is 11lbs. I'll need to do something about that. You guys are right about the palm up trick. Worked like a charm when I remember. I may do that folding one if they ever get back in stock.

So what is the best bang for the buck on reducing trigger pull weight. I've seen a guy on utube that had does some black magic vudu. Or there is the 20/20 sear and something called the trigger tamer?
20/20 is the only one I'd trust for safety. Do not combine with any other device. Use teflon dry lube.
 

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Thanks for the advice, after looking at them all the 20/20 sear is the way I was leaning. I bought it used so it's already had approx 500rnds down the pipe.
 
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